by Beenish Ahmed Jul 31, 2015
An American dentist's killing of a beloved lion in Zimbabwe has drawn much ire -- and many comparisons to more persistent debates back home from ongoing police brutality against black people to new allegations against Planned Parenthood.
by Rupali Srivastava Jul 31, 2015
The oil company passed through protesters on its way to reach its Arctic drilling site Thursday evening.
by Andrew Breiner Jul 31, 2015
Amnesty International sparked an outcry this week when it released a draft proposal calling for decriminalizing sex work. But is it a good idea?
by Sam P.K. Collins Jul 31, 2015
The IBM Watson-CVS Pharmacy merger counts among a string of recent attempts to integrate technology into the U.S. health care system.
by Jack Jenkins Jul 31, 2015
"We see overcoming the climate challenge as one of the great moral opportunities of our time, a chance to fulfill the Great Commandments to love God, our neighbors, and ourselves," the letter read.
by Aviva Shen Jul 31, 2015
Two days after charging University of Cincinnati officer Ray Tensing with murder, a grand jury has declined to charge two cops who helped him cover his tracks.
by Justin Salhani Jul 31, 2015
Even more harrowing, an 18 month old infant died in an arson attack early Friday morning when Israeli settlers threw firebombs at two houses in Douma, in the West Bank.
by Jessica Goldstein Jul 31, 2015
by Ryan Koronowski Jul 31, 2015
Hint: a lot of fossil fuels, lifting the crude oil export ban, and no wind or solar.
by Alice Ollstein Jul 31, 2015
Bush did not mention his record of ending affirmative action, expanding some mandatory minimum prison sentences, and signing the controversial Stand Your Ground gun law.